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Build a real-world app with ASP.NET Core and Angular 2

What is ASP.NET Core?

ASP.NET Core is the next generation of ASP.NET MVC. It’s a complete re-write of this framework but in a modular, cloud-optimized and cross-platform way. So it can run on Windows, Linux and Mac. If you’re on Mac or Linux and want to build ASP.NET applications without running Windows in a virtual machine, you’re going to love ASP.NET Core! You can use Visual Studio Code (VSCode) or your favorite code editor to build ASP.NET Core applications with C#. Say goodbye to VMWare, Parallels, and other virtualization software.

Why should you learn it?

Many companies have already started building their new applications with ASP.NET Core. And they’re asking their new job applications if they are familiar with .NET Core. So, whether you want to stay in the marketplace and get a better job with better pay, or you just love to work with the latest technology, it’s time to learn about ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core.

How does my course help?

If you’re familiar with ASP.NET MVC 5 and Entity Framework 6 and are looking for a course to quickly get up to speed with .NET core, this is the course for you. Not only will you learn about the changes and the new tooling in ASP.NET Core, you’ll also learn how to properly integrate it with Angular to build real-world single page applications (SPAs).

By the end of watching this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Build APIs with ASP.NET Core
  • Test APIs with PostMan
  • Integrate Angular and ASP.NET Core
  • Implement a clean and decoupled architecture
  • Understand and apply the Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP)
  • Properly implement the repository and unit of work patterns
  • Use the new dependency injection feature in ASP.NET Core
  • Troubleshoot common runtime errors
  • Store and retrieve data with Entity Framework Core (code-first workflow)
  • Use AutoMapper
  • Implement CRUD operations (including one-to-many and many-to-many relationships)
  • Implement filtering, sorting and paging data
  • Handle and logging errors
  • Display toast notifications
  • Implement cascading drop-down lists
  • Implement photo upload with progress bars
  • Add authentication and authorization with Auth0 (including roles with different privileges)
  • Prevent CSRF attacks
  • Display charts
  • Display dialog Boxes
  • And more…

This course is published on Udemy. You can get it with a discount via my courses page.

And here’s a preview of the first section of this course:

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